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,, f0 breaking news at noon, the u.s. internet has disrupted. a swath of the nation has been affected and this map you're looking at shows the areas hit. the level of disruption has been pretty hard to gauge, but at least 48 web sites nationwide were hit this morning. that includes twitter, netflix, spotify and visa. they were all reporting problems. in a statement provided to cbs
the cyber attack and is investigating all potential causes. thanks for joining us. i'm britt moreno. city season is official -- ski season is officially underway. a-basin opened one slope this morning. matt kroschel is live. how is it going out there? >> reporter: it's all part of mountain newsroom reporter. it was only for the job, of course, no fun at all. everyone here is having a good time. we're told about 3,000 people coming for the first day here. some of those first people in
before the sun came out snow guns put the final layer of snow. >> it's the best place to be in colorado. >> reporter: missing from the front of this line, nate doggg. he's been the first chair for many years. >> the man is a legends. >> he is. the legacy of the colorado. like peyton manning. who knows he might be hanging out with peyton now. >> reporter: skiers and boarders took advantage of the 18 inches of man-made and natural mix snow. >> we've been waiting. it's been a race to open. congrats to a-basin. everyone is excited. we're excited as the association to have the 2016- 2017 season underway. >> reporter: ski country u.s.a.
state as other mountains open up. >> snow making is getting fired up at a bunch of other resorts. i think we've had five others open up so far. >> reporter: this is the badge of honor. since i was able to do it, i'm going to wear it with pride. loveland also making snow. they say they're looking at maybe next week to get open. live at arapahoe basin, matt kroschel, mountain newsroom. >> we're of you. thank you for that great reporting. let's check in on the forecast with meteorologist dave aguilera. ski season is here, but it's so warm and dry across the front range. we're a little concerned about that. yeah, we really need moisture. doesn't look like it's going to happen until maybe next week unfortunately. it's nice to get things rolling out there. no rain and snow to be had. we have cloud cover. if you look at our city cams here, this is our mousetrap camera.
that's starting over the city and there's our library cam, you can see it on the west side and you can see the top end going north towards boulder on our rooftop camera. that may keep temperatures on the west side of town a little cooler than the east side, as we take a look at temperatures now across the state, 40s and 50s in the mountains. even up there at a-basin, down at the bottom of the lift in the 50s. you get up higher, they're in the 40s at the top of the lift. as we zo temperatures at the dia location are in the 70s. we're 74 downtown now. and it's stuck there a little bit. we're 74 downtown. 60s on the west side of town. that's the difference with that mountain wave cloud. i think the mid-70s is where we'll end up. not a bad day. as we pop in to it. that's that contrast. nice temperatures for the weekend.
coming. so we'll outline that for you in a little bit. thank you for that. colorado state patrol is searching for a driver who took off after seriously injuring one person in an early morning crash. cbs4 reporter dillon thomas is live from the scene where people say they could use your help. good afternoon, dillon. >> reporter: good afternoon. police say they public's help finding a gold nissan sedan they say was involved in a hit-and-run. police say that sedan struck a harley-davidson this morning just after 7:00. the driver of that motorcycle, an adult male, was transported to the hospital with serious injuries. copter 4 was over the scene as emergency response teams investigated and searched for that sedan. the license place was 705 sfe. with your help, they say that
suspect. police are searching for a golden nissan sedan, 705 sfe. if you know who the driver was or where it is, call police. >> thank you. and welcome to the team. two evergreen high school football players have been arrested for hazing. both were booked into the jeffco juvenile center and released to their parents. they are no longer on the football team. the jeffco sheriff's office related to hazing or bullying of some sort. the school says it won't share any further details, but did put out a vague letter to parents "safety and security of our students is always a priority." they also asked parents to tell their students about the safe 2 tell program. police are looking for this man who apparently robbed a convenience store.
into the 711 at colfax and pearl -- 7-eleven at colfax and pearl. he attacked the clerk. if you recognize him, please call police. happening now, the nfl is under fire for how it handled a recently revealed domestic violence case. new evidence shows new york giants' kicker josh brown apparently abused his wife, but was only suspended for one game. many critics are saying not enough. hena daniels has the latest from new york. >> reporter: in his own words, giants kicker josh brown said he viewed himself as god basically, and she was my slave. the journal entry ands e-mails were released by the king county sheriff's office in washington state as part of the investigation into a 2015
wife. the criminal case was eventually dropped after molly decided not to testify. in the locker room thursday, giants' players spoke about their star kicker. >> personal life is his personal life. when he's in this locker room, he's our teammate, and that's the only thing we can go by. >> reporter: the release of the documents has the giants and the nfl in the spotlight, after several other high profile domestic abuse cases. gi a radio interview that the team knew about the abuse, but decided to keep brown on the roster. >> we knew that he has been in counseling for a couple of years now and has been diligent about going through counseling and he is making a good faith effort. >> reporter: brown was initially suspended for the opening game of the season by the nfl for violating the personal conduct policy. the league has reopened the investigation. hena daniels, cbs news. >> the nfl says they asked for
the giants announced thursday that josh brown would not be traveling with the team to london for this weekend's game. the latest now in the operation to retake the isis held city of mosul in iraq. as kurdish forces push their way towards the city, isis fighters unleashed a string of suicide bomb attacks in a nearby town overnight. a group of extremists attacked a nearby power plant where at least three people meanwhile, iraq's special forces recaptured the christian town of bartela. isis may be losing on the battlefield but that doesn't mean the attacks will start. in fact, it may motivate isis to carry out more. an update after 27,000 people in aurora woke up without power this morning. xcel says service is now back on. the outage was caused by a raccoon that apparently got
station. it knocked out electricity to homes, businesses, the traffic lights were out. we're about two weeks out from election day. the colorado secretary of state is in studio to answer questions about voter fraud and more. plus-- this is the first time ever that hillary is sitting down and speaking to major corporate leaders and not getting paid for it. >> ld clinton swapping jabs at a charity dinner. but the jokes went from light
about a year ago, 30 ethiopians were killed by isis. reporter: mass execution of ethiopian christians... mike coffman was the only one that reached out to our community. he went to every ethiopian church. he was there, and he was sharing the sadness that we were actually experiencing at the time. he says what he means, and he does what he says. that means a lot to us i'm mike coffman, and i approve this message. i'm mike coffman, donald trump and congressman coffman would punish women. and coffman tried to redefine rape to mean only forcible rape. in coffman's bill, victims who were drugged, even minors, victims of statutory rape, would not be considered rape victims.
this is the news in campaign 2016. just over two weeks to go until america goes to the polls to elect our next president. the two in traded jabs last night at a charity dinner. mark albert is at the white house with reaction. >> reporter: hillary clinton and donald trump head their separate ways today, combating in battleground states ahead of the election. they were together thursday night for a charity dinner that is supposed to include good natureed ribbing. >> this is the first time ever, ever, that hillary is sitting down and speaking to major corporate leaders and not
>> donald looks at the statue of liberty and sees a 4. maybe a 5 if she loses the torch and tablet and changes her hair. >> reporter: but the roast turned icy and the jokes took on a more personal tone. >> hillary is so corrupt, she got kicked off the watergate commission. >> reporter: trump is facing another shakeup in stat. jim murphy, his national political director has resigned, less than three weeks before election day. sources tell cbs news he made the decision after the release of the 2005 billy bush tape showing trump talking forcing himself on women. >> we shouldn't tolerate this behavior from any man, let alone a man who wants to be the president. >> reporter: first lady michelle obama slammed trump's treatment of women while campaigning for clinton in
house. arizona has not voted for a democratic president since 1996. but a new poll puts hillary clinton ahead in that state by 5 points. now colorado secretary of state wayne williams is here. good afternoon. >> good afternoon. >> we want to talk about a few things concerning people. one of those things, people are wondering can foreign governments in fact hack into our system and hack our votes. is that something worried about? >> colorado has a series of systems and none are connected to the internet. none. you would have to go into the offices which are locked, under 24-hour video surveillance, which have tamper evidence seals, if you're tom cruise, mission impossible, where he holds his breath 10 minutes underwater --
you cannot hack them remotely because they're not connected to the internet. that's an important safety measure. not only that, 95% of our voters vote by mail. that means there's a paper ballot record for all of those and for the counties that have adoptiveed the new system that our office proposed, none of those votes are electronic. they're all paper ballot. >> that gives us a little bit of peace of mind. thank you so much. we've heard a lot about voters taking selfies with their ballots. this is a thing, right? the question is, you know, some people believe that this is not a good thing to do, right, there's a law out that says it is in fact illegal. how do you feel about that? >> taking a selfie of yourself returning that ballot envelope or when you put it at the box at the 24-hour drop box or the mail, don't do it revealing the votes, because that is illegal. there are a number of reasons. one is to protect the integrity
a while. if you look historically, the county seat of yuma county, colorado isn't yuma, but wray. because the tavern owner was willing to give everybody a half a jar of whiskey and pickled pigs feet to change their vote to wray, so it's why colorado doesn't want somebody to see how and it could be intimidated by someone, at home, the office, you don't want anyone to intimidate a voter on how they voted. >> to be clear for everyone, you can't show a filled out ballot, but you can show you've cast your vote, as long as there's no information to see? >> exactly. doing it while you're putting it into the drop box is the best thing. >> sign the back? >> sign the back, if you
saying you have 8 days after the election. if you don't have a signature, that ballot won't count. >> you can go to our web site, cbsdenver.com to find out the full list of how to send in your ballot and the postage laws and all that. here's a live look at the dow and we'll be right back after this.
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to protect our colorado way of life. it's why i need a good team in the state senate. like rachel zenzinger, a former teacher who's fought for equal pay for equal work. daniel kagan championed property tax rebates to help seniors afford their utility bills. jenise may worked to cut taxes
with moisture and it's fine to say yeah, another sunny day. >> it can snow in the metro. >> it can snow, hail. >> we've had nothing it seems. >> but we have high clouds on the west side of town. hopefully we'll get rain next week. tuesday might be the day. not enough to get us back on track, but we'll take anything we can get at this point. a little mountain wave cloud on the west side, that will cut the sunshine down. we talked about a-basin opening up. here's a we up there. in line there, it's 57 degrees, not much wind. you get up a little higher, i don't think the lift is taking them all the way up there. up on the top of the mountains up there it's 45 degrees with a little breeze about 14 miles per hour now. here in town lodo -- and jim bruce at rist canyon 65 degrees.
with a little bit of moisture, that moisture flows up and the continental divide condenses out and hangs in gear here. that may limit some of the warming for some of the metro area. a high pressure ridge swooping down into colorado with a low pressure trough in the coast here. that will be the feature for the weekend. up here in the northern rockies that will probably slide through sunday, bring our temperatures down just a little bit. and behind that we got get a shot of moisture for tuesday. no moisture today but mild temperatures. 70s to near 80 across the east. 60s in the mountains primarily, and 70s and 60s on the west side of the state. 75 today with the clouds kind of hanging out on the west side of town. tomorrow, though, it will be
the record high tomorrow is 84. so just a few points away from that. we drop down to 75 sunday. bronco game monday,73 the high, lots of sunshine. 50s and 60s in the evening. tuesday a slight chance of isolated showers and 71. let's all wish for tuesday and wish for showers. the sun is nice, but we really need some rain. >> dave, thank
,, ,, got adopted that day. we're trying to do it again. this is jackson, an adorable 7- year-old chihuahua. i've been watching jackson in the commercial break, he loves to cuddle. he loves to be hugged. he's absolutely adorable. friendly, very social and affectionate. loves to go for walks, loves car rides. he walks pretty well on a leash. this is the perfect dog for you and he needs a home, go to the
shelter. you can go to their web site. he needs a new home. >> so calm, hanging out. >> and dave is back with our friday forecast and the week's forecast. calm weather through the weekend. 75 today. 80 tomorrow. little cooler sunday, but we stay dry, even monday looks good for broncos monday night football. >> it's not even cold enough ,,
,, it's no secret. donald trump isn't for us. and unfortunately, congressman coffman isn't, either. just listen. and as families struggle to make ends meet, coffman voted against equal pay for equal work 11 times. coffman said he would support donald trump for president. and that's all we really need to know.
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